Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Recover Digital Camera Pictures With Digital Photo Recovery Software

Executive summary article by  Bipsa rawat
Is your memory card corrupted or photos accidentally deleted? One in all solution is Digital photo recovery software. Digital photo recovery searches locate and extract photos, so that they can now be restored and accessed.Following are the features of digital picture recovery -
• Restores deleted photos, photos from corrupted and formatted memory card 

• Jpeg, jpg, png, bmp, tiff, and gif format images can be recovered 

• Supports recovery of raw image file formats- Nikon NEF, canon CRW, Fuji RAF, Kodak DCR, Minolta MRW, Sony srf etc 

• Supports mini disk, zip disks, MMC card, XD card, micro drive, XD card, SD card, memory stick, CF card, smartmedia 
• Supports wide range of camera 
• Compatible with windows 7, windows vista, XP, 2003, 2000 etc 
• Above all it's use is easy and the interface in intuitive

Apart from that virus attack, corruption of storage media etc are also responsible for loss of photos. Bipsa Rawat is an expert interested in reading and writing articles on data recovery topics including that of digital photo recovery which restores back the lost photos

How to Resize Digital Camera Pictures

Executive summary article by  Karel Kosman
If you want your friends to view all your pictures and enjoy the experience, you should prepare each picture for the web. If you put a lot of pictures on each page, in nice viewable sizes which download very quickly, they can all download while the viewer reads your text or appreciates each picture. On my 5Mpixel camera, since I never really print my pictures, I keep the quality setting at the lowest level, produces 250kb pictures which are still four times larger than any computer monitor.
Then I can press R or L to rotate right or left, and then CTRL R to resize. The final pictures are between 20 and 70kb in size, so they load fast, and fill up between one quarter to a full monitor, depending on the individual picture. The way I prefer to show my pictures is to make simple webpages, putting pictures and text into tables. As the person is reading some hopefully interesting text, the pictures download in the background. Always ALT TAB back to the file manager, down arrow once, ENTER, maybe L or R, CTRL R, punch in a number, ENTER, S, ENTER. If working with a LOT of pictures, you may want to perform these tasks on a lot of pictures at once. When you have the first picture open in that folder, press T, which opens up a Thumbnails window.
With the first file selected, hold down SHIFT and then click on the last file. Choose your directory etc., the Output Format, the Options tab next to that, and then you can select "Use advanced options" to the right of that, press the "Set advanced options" tab and have a hootin and holerin blast! In the program's Thumbnail window, when your pics are selected, you can right click them and do a bunch of other stuff, like make a contact sheet.If rotating and resizing the pictures individually, while doing so, you may also want to crop them.

5 Tips to Better Digital Camera Pictures

Executive summary article by  Greg Doig
Getting fantastic pictures from today's digital cameras is easier than ever. 1. Pay attention to the picture's background. Have your subject move if necessary to better frame the photo. Sunup and sundown are the best times for brilliant color, but today's digital cameras can adapt to the available light. Whatever time you are taking pictures be aware that flash can distort color, especially skin tone. A rule of thumb is that if the available light is sufficient to read a newspaper outside then turn the flash off. When aiming, avoid just putting the face in the frame. Besides, your subject will look a little slimmer with a downward, three fourths view.  Avoid getting the subject square center in the frame. A little off center is perfect for framing. 

Digital Camera Photo Printing Tips

Executive summary article by Josh Austin
Here are some simple digital camera photo printing tips to help you produce great prints of your favourite pictures.My personal view is that 90% of the time a printer needs to have no less than 6 ink cartridges to reproduce a good photo print. What little steps can you take to ensure this doesn't happen, and that printing digital pictures on your home photo printer leads to good results every time...?
Digital Camera Photo Printing Tips for Calibrating Your Monitor and PrinterSo, the problem we've got to overcome is that computer screens and printers work on a different colour system. Meanwhile your printer produces photos made up of little dots of ink (dots per inch/dpi) comprised of the CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, key black) colours.
Printers blend together the inks from their cartridges to accurately capture the colours in a photo. Firstly though, here's what I do to make sure my printer is displaying photos as they should be printed. Successful digital camera photo printing involves making adjustments to the settings within the printer software, or 'printer driver'.
If your printer is turning out images with an inaccurate colour tone, giving everyone green skin or bright red lips (!), enter the 'colour management' section of the printer driver. Digital camera photo printing can also be done from within editing software like Photoshop. In Photoshop go File > Print > Page Setup > Printer > Properties to access the settings.
Some Cool Printing Digital Photography Tips
Executive summary article by Francisco Segura
Are you having problems printing your photographs? There are some great printing digital photography tips here.One of the influencing elements in getting printing digital photography right is the color of both your photograph and the printing colors of your printer.Elements that are easily fixed that affect your printing digital photography
* The inks that you use when printing digital photography can affect the type of photograph you get. Make sure you use quality photo inks when you print photographs.
* Use good quality photo paper when printing digital photography. You can get glossy, semi gloss and mat papers for digital photography needs.
Use A Laser Color printer .Try Using Specialized Papers for Printing Digital Photography. If you have some really astounding photographs then you might want to try some of the specialty papers for printing digital photography. A great paper to try is Canvas paper. Printers at a photo lab as specialized printers that have high quality color.

Digital Photography - How to Choose the Best Printer For Your Needs
Executive summary article by Joe Lara
When it comes to choosing the right printer you have to choose one that can print your photos in the best quality available. When you use Photoshop to edit your photo to gallery quality level you will need to choose a printer that is able to replicate the same quality image that you see on your screen. If you like their work then, ask them kindly about the printers they use and what they would recommend. 2. Buy a few specialists computer magazines such as PC magazine. The resolution is measured by the dpi. It is considered that the higher the dpi the greater the quality of the image that is printed. The lower the dpi will produce images printed in a lower quality.
4. If you are the impatient kind you will have a difficult time when it comes to printing out high resolution photos. The higher the resolution the longer it will take to print. Why not visit his new website which provides helpful tips on finding large format A3 printers including the canon a3 photo printer and other accessories.

Why Should You Choose a Minolta 35mm Camera

Executive summary article by D. Barak
Although Minolta went out of business in 2006, there still is a great demand for the Minolta 35mm camera. The cameras are known for their durability, terrific flashes and versatile lenses. Even though digital cameras are most widely used today, many people like working with film cameras because they allow photographers more control over the final image, as opposed to using a digital camera, where technology does the work. If you love taking pictures, you should try out a Minolta 35mm camera--traditional or digital models.
The company is also known for mainstreaming the use of Single Reflexive Lens (SLR) cameras. Today, in 2010, most people use digital cameras. Before the company disbanded, it did create the Minolta 35mm Digital Camera, known as the DiMAGE. SLR digital cameras are needed if you are photographing live action shots, because with cheaper digital cameras, users experience "lag time" between the time they press the button and the time the photo is taken, which can result in the camera being shaken or the subject moving into a different, less preferred and often blurry position.
For many, using a Minolta 35mm camera provides self-confidence, knowing that they retain control over the camera and the corresponding photo.
Understanding Digital Camera Zoom Lenses

Executive summary article by Michael Huddleston
There are two types of zooms used with digital cameras: optical and digital.
Optical Zoom
Using an optical zoom maintains picture quality.
Zoom Ranges and 35mm Equivalents
Optical zoom lenses usually have a specification called "equivalent in 35mm." This tells you the zoom range of the digital camera compared to a 35mm film camera. Typical 35mm equivalent zoom ranges you will see listed are 35mm-70mm or 35mm-105mm.
28mm.....wide angle
35mm......slight wide angle
50mm.....normal perspective
Buy Cheap 35 Mm Camera Lens
Executive summary article by Ricky Lim
People are very familiar with the focal lengths of the 35mm camera. Digital camera manufacturers often use these terms to describe the focal length capabilities of each model in order for the public to understand the specs and features of the camera. Manufacturers express the focal length as 35mm camera lens in order for the public to comprehend faster so that it will be easier for them to compare the digital lenses that are available for their gadgets.
When buying a digital camera with 35mm cameralens, make sure that it is equivalent to the 35mm which is compatible to specific focal length. A lot of DSLRs or digital single lens reflex camera has effective focal lengths. The focal length is the effective range equivalent of the camera. When discussing whether the DSLR lens on cameras is effective or not, check the full frame sensor. Take note that if it states a 250 mm lens and not a 35mm camera lens, the RLM yields a 400mm effective focal length.
70mm.....slight telephoto
105mm.....moderate telephoto
135mm.....strong telephoto
200mm+.....extreme telephoto So, a 35mm-105mm equivalent zoom lens changes from a slight wide angle to a moderate telephoto. A 28mm-200mm equivalent lens changes from a wide angle to an extreme telephoto.
A 35mm-105mm equivalent zoom is adequate for most users. Optical Zoom as 2x, 3x, 5x...
A 28mm-105mm would be approximately a 4x zoom, and a 35mm-350mm would be a 10x zoom.
Digital Zoom
A digital zoom does not change, magnification. Note About Digital Zoom

Friday, February 3, 2012

The Best Pentax Digital Camera Reviews

Pentax, a popular brand in the digital world, is completely owned brand of Hoya Corporation.
During 1960's, a campaign slogan for Pentax spoke "just hold a Pentax". Market Capture
In the year 2005, Pentax Corporation clubbed with Samsung Techwin to do work in the field of
camera technologies and retook market from Canon and Nikon.
The cameras that were manufactured by Pentax Corporation during 1960's-70 were compact and functional, with smooth controls for operating. Some of
the latest digital cameras from Pentax are the Pentax K200D, Pentax K20D, Pentax Optio W60, Pentax K10D.
The Pentax K20D digital SLR model follows the footsteps of the company's successful K10D model. The K20D camera is a newly manufactured 14.6-megapixel with CMOS sensor. The Pentax K20D continues to provide both; the dust-reduction policies used in the K10D as well as K100D cameras like vibration of the sensor which will remove the dust particles.

How to Decide on a Pentax SLR Camera
Whilst a popular photography brand with many dedicated followers, Pentax's real forte was the age of 35mm film SLR camera and so when digital SLRs began to become popular, it took several years for Pentax to catch up to the market leaders, Nikon and Canon. When they did arrive, however, they arrived in style and since their first digital SLR was introduced to the market in 2003, their popularity has snowballed, to the extent that many traditional Nikon and Canon photographers have converted to a Pentax SLR camera.Recently released in October 2009, this Pentax SLR camera is different from other entry level SLRs, for a variety of reasons.
 To cater for those who are looking for slightly more in their Pentax SLR camera, the K20D should meet the needs of any serious amateur photographer, as well as acting as a good quality second camera for a professional photographer.It has to be noted that Pentax have not yet ventured effectively into the full professional photography market, although they do have some high quality top end SLR cameras, such as the recently released K-7.Currently into internet marketing and fascinated by social networking and internet business development in general.